Bass, Bootleg, Chill | Element Gives Maroon 5 a Future Bass Facelift via “What Lovers Do”

Posted by on December 9, 2017

Brooklyn based DJ and producer Element gets the go-ahead to drop his official remix for Maroon 5 & SZA of their collaborative single “What Lovers Do” and it’s glorious. Future Bass remixies are hit or miss these days because they’re so overdone, luckily Element put in the work and this one’s a total hit. Listen to the sick new flip above now, he crushed this one.

Future Trap | LA Based Duo Duelle Share Hard-Hitting Future Bass Original “Earthquake”

Posted by on November 30, 2017

Taking their momentum from south to the west, trap-focused duo Duelle, a sister group originally from Florida, have had several notches added to the accolade belt in 2017. From sync opportunities to festival slots, Duelle has grown their fan base, piece by piece, with no pause on the horizon. What will perhaps be one of the final releases of the year, Duelle has unleashed a heavy future bass banger, “Earthquake,” styling a serious vocal theme aligned with head-banging future bass. Duelle nail a quaint balance between the two vibes, making the single a more substantial experience than most of it’s kind.

Electronic, Hip-Hop, Remix | Post Malone Gets Future Bass’d by Wet Paint

Posted by on November 29, 2017

Really into this one. Post Malone is one of my favorite recent stars to rise to fame, so he get’s remixed a lot in this scene but not like this and it tends to be his bigger hits. Canadian production duo Wet Paint’s take on “I Fall Apart” is a breathe of fresh air, from the trapped out, heavy synthesizer filled chorus drop, to the more calming verses that are almost ambient aside from Malone’s perfect vocal. Wet Paint killed this one, check it out now above!

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Bass | Voodoo Nation & KG Man Drop Exotic Future Bass-Influenced Single “Hold Up (Your Light)”

Posted by on October 28, 2017

This is the kind of song that can turn a party up a couple of notches. Voodoo Nation and KG Man have embedded several elements of originality within “Hold Up (Your Light),” the tempo, clean sound, and vocal verses all playing a part in the quality experience. The single kicks off with a mid-tempo feel and a monotone melodic design. Moments later, you are struck with a hard-hitting bass drop, transported to a world where Carribean culture, eastern culture, and melodic trap are at the forefront. “Hold Up (Your Light)” creates a unique light with eclectic aesthetics and natural flow.

Electronic | PhilZen Drops Future Bass Hybrid “Need You”

Posted by on September 17, 2017

Icon collective artists PhilZen has dropped “Need You,” his next single in a string of releases in the last six months. The tweaks and accents PhilZen added onto future bass puts the genre is bolder, harder hitting arena. The heaviness feel mixed with future bass is the highlight with this one, paired with vocal samples that pop in-and-out at just the right time. PhilZen shows no rate of slowing down in 2017.

The Cali-based artist is keeping himself plenty busy this year, word on the street is, even more, is in the works.

Future Trap | Folded Dragons Drops Future Bass Remix Of Alaina Cross’s “Six Ft”

Posted by on September 15, 2017

This remix not only is Folded Dragons very first release, but creates a hybrid experience through the use of bass genres that make the ears perk up. Folded Dragons is Albert Pan, based in New York City. The vibe that Pan taps into is down the earth and easy to see eye to eye with. An animated, created-by-paper fantasy world where Dragons live, the electronic music acting as the theme music of the imagery world to play out in the mind. At least that’s what I took away. Folded Dragons is on a cool path right now, interested to see how the rest of the year plays out.

Future Trap | OYO And TEMPLE Release Original Future Bass Tune “Powerless”

Posted by on September 4, 2017

Few future bass releases can actually deliver a genuine epic feeling these days, dance this year being saturated with hundreds of songs with this theme built into it. OYO breaks through the noise with something that feels original and delivers that sweet sauce needed to make an impact via “Powerless.” OYO and Temple come from an experienced writer background, both switching to a solo artist direction and showing what they are made of. “Powerless” foreshadows the quality that has yet to come.